Untitled Poem, Decision, August-September 2005 Issue

I just found the August-September 2005 Issue of Decision Magazine that published a short, untitled poem I wrote way back when.

It’s the middle poem on the right column that begins…“I am in Christ and He is in me; therefore…”

In light of the state of the church, this nation, and its people so desperately in need of Jesus, the words He blessed me with in that poem moved me to tears.

Truly, we are in a season where God is separating the wheat from the tares. The difference between the two groups becoming more chasm-like by the day.

The Lord has been doing a sanctifying work in many of His people. Those willing to submit and bend their wills to His. So, “If you hear His voice today, harden not your heart,” (Hebrews 3:15).

The Lord wants His people to rise up and boldly speak His truth and use their authority to destroy the works of the devil in the earth in His name – for the saving of the lost, healing of the sick, casting out of demons, and the raising of the dead.

Too long have the called of God been passive. When the Word says we are His ambassadors, His royal priesthood, His Holy Spirit-filled representatives in the earth.

Right now, the Lord is looking for those like the prophet Micaiah who said, “As the Lord lives, whatever the Lord says to me, that I will speak,” (1 Kings 22:14). I know the Lord led me to find this poem to bring this verse to my remembrance. Thanks, Abba Father.

Aug-Sep 2005, Cover of Decision Magazine

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